Capital markets are set to play an increasing role in the financing of commercial aircraft as new rules for export credit take effect in early 2013. The rules will require airlines to significantly increase their levels of equity, forcing them toward alternative methods of financing or leasing, according to Kostya Zolotusky, managing director of capital markets development and leasing at Boeing Capital. The company’s Current Aircraft Finance Market Outlook, unveiled Dec. 4 in London, ...


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